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Kacie Dearman
Kacie Dearman

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Any Insight to Bash, mySQL, and HackerRank?

Hey CodeNewbie community! I hope you're all doing well. 😊

So, I have a bit of a favor to ask. Let me give you all the rundown...

I have been asked to do a 4 question coding challenge on HackerRank for an opportunity I've applied to. Although I signed up with HackerRank right before I was invited to the challenge, I'm obviously still quite unfamiliar with their platform. Any tips on how their coding challenges work, or anything about the platform would be greatly appreciated!

While the first question of the challenge allows for several different languages to be used, the following two questions require bash and mySQL. I'm somewhat familiar with bash, but I'm certainly not confident using it. As for mySQL, I don't have much experience with it at all. So, if anyone could direct me to some helpful resources for learning those two technologies or provide any sort of help in those areas, once again it would be greatly appreciated!

Finally, even if you don't have any experience with the above, but could throw out some ideas, words of encouragement, etc. It will all be greatly appreciated, I assure you!

Thanks for reading, and I look forward to your responses!


Top comments (2)

petruchel profile image

When it comes to Bash, mySQL, and HackerRank, there is plenty of valuable insight to gain. Bash, a Unix shell and command language, offers powerful scripting capabilities for automating tasks and managing files in the command line. mySQL, a popular relational database management system, provides efficient storage and retrieval of data for various applications. As for HackerRank, it's a platform that offers coding challenges and competitions to help developers improve their coding skills. Engaging with these tools can enhance your proficiency in scripting, database management, and coding algorithms. Exploring online resources, tutorials, and practice exercises can help you sharpen your skills and gain a deeper understanding of these technologies. Embrace the learning opportunities they present, and you'll find yourself well-equipped to tackle real-world programming challenges.

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Daniel Lusardi

I think use node then !#/bin/bash

write script in python here

Call python # example # To execute script, thats all i can give you.